Football erudite Kofi Manu has eulogized Asamoah Gyan, insisting no Ghanaian footballer dead or alive can be compared to the iconic Black Stars striker.
The 33-year-old remains the undisputed king of the game in the West African nation after an illustrious and enviable career.
The former Sunderland hitman has been hailed for his work ethics, genuine heart and professionalism.
Gyan was sensationally stripped off the Ghana captaincy under bizarre circumstances by under-fire coach Kwesi Appiah to spark a wave of controversy before the country’s failed 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
Gyan was left on the bench under shocking circumstances at a time that goal scoring had become difficult for the four-time African champions.